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Mix, 1) to join and blend into one mass, to mingle: were never four such lamps (viz eyes) “together --ed,” Ven. 489. “her modest eloquence with sighs is --ed,” Lucr. 563. “take thou my oblation, poor but free, which is not --ed with seconds,” Sonn. 125, 11 (cf. Second). “solace --ed with sorrow,” Pilgr. 203. “you m. your sadness with some fear,” H4B V, 2, 46. “by fair persuasions --ed with sugared words,” H6A III, 3, 18. “this goodly summer with your winter --ed,” Tit. V, 2, 172. “the elements so --ed in him,” Caes. V, 5, 74. “matter and impertinency --ed,” Lr. IV, 6, 178.
2) to produce by mingling, by joining different ingredients: “a little riper and more lusty red than that --ed in his cheek,” As III, 5, 122. “hadst thou no poison --ed,” Rom. III, 3, 44.
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